Guernsey Raiders boss impressed with Eton Manor win

Malcolm Barnes
Scrum-half Malcolm Barnes impressed after moving to flanker for the first time

Guernsey Raiders boss Jordan Reynolds was impressed by the attacking rugby his side played in their 32-5 win over bottom-of-the-table Eton Manor.

Tries from Sam Whitehead, Nick Merrien, and Owen Thomas ensured Guernsey stay seventh in National Three London in force six winds and heavy rain.

"I was pleased with the performance, I thought we played some good attacking rugby in the conditions," he said.

"It would have been easier to tuck it up our jerseys and keep it tight.

"But we decided early on that we didn't want to do that, we wanted to test ourselves in these conditions and we did that and 32 points in this kind of weather isn't too bad."